Leica Photography Competition to Win A HUWAEI P10 Mobile Camera Phone

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Leica are hosting a Modern Portraiture Photography Competition staring today and ending on 11 April 2017. All you need to do to enter is upload your best portraits to the Leica FotoPark ‘Modern Portraiture’ category and they have three HUAWEI P10’s to present as prizes. The HUAWEI P10 features a new Leica Dual Camera 2.0 which uses precise 3D facial detection, dynamic illumination, and natural portrait enhancements to produce stunning artistic portrait shots in Leica image style.

Just go here to enter this free competition.

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Mobile Photography – Latin American Mobile Festival and Awards 2017

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The Latin American Mobgrafia (mobile photography) Festival, FLAMOB, is an unprecedented initiative in the image world which aims to promote visual production on mobile platforms.

mObgraphia Cultura Visual produces in 2017 the 4th Festival edition at MIS – Museu da Imagem e do Som de São Paulo the most important visual arts venue in the country and during 45 days, displaying the exhibits as part of the official museum program.

This year on Latin American Festival, mObgraphia Cultura Visual at first will prioritise visual narratives in a more comprehensive way, and participants could explore themes showing stories they want to tell in a visual format: an essay.

Subtitles and short texts about the essay are welcome. “What’s your story?” opens diverse opportunities for visual storytelling.

This is an important shift in the path of festival award, focusing on building sets of stories, whether real or imaginary, that shows the current moment in mobgrafia (mobile photography as we call in Brazil) production, in addition to separate images so commonly found in social networks.

All other categories (except for essays), will have images submitted through participants open Instagram accounts with specific tags.  (Street, bw, portrait, documental, arts and landscape).

Submissions closes on 2 April 2017.

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Mobile Photography Competition – H2O FOR PEACE – IPHONEOGRAPHY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

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This new initiative, called H2O for Peace – iPhoneography for Human Rights, features an international photographic competition in collaboration with the NEM – the New Era Museum (a Virtual Museum and International Artistic Movement) which has made specific images captured and revisited by smartphones its philosophy.

The competition ends at the beginning of June with the selection of the finalists and the proclamation of the winner. The works chosen will be screened at the Fondazione Campana dei Caduti, Rovereto and included in a video clip with music by Marco Testoni performed by the Pollock Art-Jazz Project. Along with the photographs selected, visitors may view the video at the Foundation, on the social networks and the web, as well as during international events aimed at highlighting the results obtained and the emotions aroused by the competitors’ works.

This campaign has chosen the art which more than any other spells sharing: iPhoneography, as we know is a widespread, democratic art which permits people to create images using their smartphones and share them on the internet and the social networks. The enormous potential of this art make it the ideal creative medium for providing the whole world with a means of speaking about an important topic like water. This art, born on the social web, is now examined and studied in for its intrinsic worth and its strongly democratic nature also within traditional photographic environments.

The president of the jury is Andrea Bigiarini, originator and founder of the NEM. The works will also be adjudicated by: Marco Di Battista, Dilshad Corleone, Giancarlo Beltrame, Davide Capponi.

Send up to three images to this link: http://www.h2oforpeace.net/the-contest/

 

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Mobile Photography – MIRA Mobile Prize – Winner and Shortlist Results – 2017 ‘Earth Our Planet’

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This years MIRA Mobile Prize was dedicated to our very dear friend Carolyn Hall Young, a truly honourable, hugely talented and very much loved artist and friend to so many, not least myself and I truly miss her every single … Read more

Mobile Photography / Art Competition – MIRA Mobile Prize – Deadline Extended

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The deadline for the prestigious Mobile MIRA Prize competition has been extended to 10 March 2016. Each year there is a specific theme for the competition, this year it is ‘Earth – our home’ – to read more about the definition of this competition, please go here.

This free to enter competition allows you to submit up to three images related to this theme. All images must have been taken and edited with a mobile device.

The winning images will be displayed within an Exhibition in Porto, Portugal on 25th March 2017 until 6 May 2017.

The Grand Prize winner will receive return paid for flights from a European capital to Porto. Full board for five nights and more.

To find out more, please go here

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Mobile Photography / Art Competition – MIRA Mobile Prize 2017

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I am so proud to be a member of this esteemed mobile photography and art annual competition alongside, Aldo Pacheco, Andrea Bigiarini, Cadu Lemos, Gina Costa, Jose Miguel, Lee Atwell and Michael Jones. Many thanks to Manuela Matos Monteiro for inviting me.  

Each year there is a specific theme for the competition, this year it is ‘Earth – our home’ – to read more about the definition of this competition, please go here.

This free to enter competition allows you to submit up to three images related to this theme. All images must have been taken and edited with a mobile device.

The winning images will be displayed within an Exhibition in Porto, Portugal on 25th March 2017 until 6 May 2017.

The Grand Prize winner will receive return paid for flights from a European capital to Porto. Full board for five nights and more.

The deadline for submission is 4th of March 2017, so do hurry! The winner will be announced on 18th Marchh 2017.

You can find out more here.

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Mobile Photography Awards Sixth Annual Awards – Results!

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We’re delighted to reveal that the Mobile Photography Awards (MPA) 2016 Results have now been announced. As always we (I speak as a member of the Jury) were succumbed by the wealth of talent displayed across our screens. We’ve had more entries to this competition than ever before and the quality of submissions has been totally outstanding across all the categories. Personally, it was an honour for me to be asked to be a key member of this jury for the 5th consecutive year by founder of the Mobile Photography Awards, Daniel Berman and also to serve with James Bacchi, Annette Schutz, Evgeny Tchebotarev, Jen Pollack Bianco, Brendan O Se, Susannah Perlman, Stefano Fantoni, Sheldon Serkin, Andy Butler and Christopher Wahl.

Many congratulations to all the 2016 MPA category winners and honourable mentions and of course, a special shout out to the grand prize winner Giles Clarke. A professional photo journalist, born in London in 1965, he began taking pictures seriously in Berlin in the mid 1980’s. In 1995, he moved to New York City where he began an intense year in the Richard Avedon studio. A decade long career producing television for Channel 4 UK in Hollywood was to follow. In more recent times, Giles began the serious work & dedication of activism starting with a 6-week stint in Bhopal, India where he filmed & photographed the victims of the Union Carbide gas tragedy that still continues to haunt the inhabitants of that city. He scoops the grand prize money of $3,000.

I have listed every first prize winner, with their winning image as well as each and every runner up for all sections of this competition below. Huge congratulations to you all!

Congratulations to all, including Jennifer Thomas, Pedro Ribeiro, Yasuhito Shigaki, Mariusz Majewski, Jian Wang, Laurence Bouchard, Phillipa Frederiksen, Jessica Dyer, Joshua Sarinana, Tee Lip Lim, Michael Kistler, Sheila McKinney, Liza Cobangbang, Andrew Hays, Anthony Ginns, Elaine Taylor, Eric Mueller, Cara Gallardo Weil, Alexander Genkin, Charles Needle, Sena Cakiroglu. Anders Bakken, Junfeng Wang, Douwe Dijkstra, Froilan Fabella, Joanne Givogue, Agustin Colla, Bartosz Parzyszek, Jose-Luis Saez, Laurence Bouchard, David DeNagel, Emmanuel Etti, Richard Chambury, Lavinia Yang, David Ingraham. Anthony Ginns, Lukasz Gurbiel, Saskia Howard, Yu Jiang, Davide Capponi, Christian Steiauf, Agustin Colla, Lukasz Zietara, Kelleen Macklin, Dixon Hamby, Jacob Dix, Emmanuel Etti, Joshua Sarinana, Andy Royston, Christian Mondot, Cathrine Halsor, Douwe Dijkstra, Sharon Jones, Erik Lieber, John Nieto, Susan Liang, Christopher Swink, Christine O’Brien, Nico Brons, KSeven L, Stefanie LePape, Bobbi McMurry, Helen Breznik, Erin McGean Cindric, Jacob Dix, Lorenka Campos, Jane Schultz, Nicolas Xanthos, Lucina Nicholas, Eliza Badoiu, Juta Jazz, Cindy Buske, Vladka Kocvarova, Katie Teixeira, Deena Berton, Deborah McMillion, Sukru Mehmet Omur, Linda Hollier, Andrew Schwartz, Charles Needle, Eleni Gemeni, Delight Worthyn, Mariko Klug, Karen Izenberg, Marcin Kosmowski, Katrina Stewart, Paddy Chao, Jessica Dyer, Maximilian Canepa, Sally Ann Field. Jian Wang, Richard Barron, Sam Burton, Nicole Vecchi, Lauren Treutler, Bartosz Parzyszek, Steve T, Suwandi Chandra, Jose PauloAndrade, Lee Potter, Anna Scrigni, Maria Duliban, Balbino Jimenez, Sean Hayes, Rodrigo Vieira, Jessica Powell, Grzegorz Tutaj, Blue Lizard, Joseph Cyr, Irene Oleksiuk, Kristina Ernst, Catriona Donagh, Elvio Santos, Kimberly Post, Jenneke Tesselaar, Geoff Cunningham, Nancy McClure, Alon Goldsmith, Vikram Deo, Du Castel Didier, atala Peshkova, Majella Burrows, Melissa Lynch, James Peck, John Pratt, Stanislav Duben, John Mills, Kejia Liu, Maria Duliban, Caroline E Brown, Kirsty Nadine, Anitra Lavanhar, Margarita Iskandarova, Edwin Luo, Maria Duliban, Ludwig Wagner, Yasha Spektor, Jonathan Nalder, Anne Highfield, Flaviana Boni, Pier Luigi Dodi, Mariko Klug, Silvio Rusmigo, Neil Wyn-Jones, Dr Cliff Oliver, Wes Calimer, Heline Lam, Jenny Rubin, Mallory Gottlieb, Shirley Drevich, Andrew B White, Boza Cucek, Michele Romani, Olga Strizhenova, Caroline E Brown, Claire Doyle, Roy Fochtman, Miro Calderon, Irene Oleksiuk, Jason Greene, Zarni Myo Win, Natalya Peshkova, Allyson Marie, John Pratt, Glenn Homann, Rob Pearson-Wright, Albion Harrison-Naish, Lee Atwell, Rodrigo Vieira, Catherine Halsor, Adria Ellis, Shinnya Umetsu, Coco Liu, Yasuhito Shigaki, Brett Gross, Ag Ya, Aung Pyae Soe, Zarni Myo Win, Jason Mills, Geoff Cunningham, Gabriel Luken, Junfeng Wang, Ushi Grant, Tim Bingham, Philip Am Guay, Manula Waidyanatha, Molly Porter, Lekon Vasilev, Jirasak Panpiansin, Nathan Ishar, Paddy Chao, Ocean Morisset, Jill Emmer, Tan KH Viktor, Yingting Shih, Cindy Patrick, David Turnbull, Andrea Rees, Michelle Robinson, Gabriel Luken, Santi Carneri, Qasim Albuesaa, Katarzyna Weremko, Edwin Luo, Paddy Chao, Elle Toussi, Zarni Myo Win, Dina Alfasi, Lukasz Gurbiel, Tommy Wallace, Ayako Miyamoto, George Kamelakis, Thomas W, Kristie Benoit, Deena Berton, Dutch Doscher, Hao Han Luo, Cecilia S Thaigo, Santi Carneri, Agustin Colla, Jason Greene, Aaron Sandberg, Luis Rodriguez, David Booker, Kayvan Tahaei, Lee Potter, Meredith Rilley, Gina Loncomilla, Alfonso de Cruz Barrios, Paddy Chao, Yiannos Zachariou, Richard Chambury, Junfeng Wang, Rodrigo Rivas, john Nieto, Song Han, Anthony Ginns, Rodrigo Vieira, Dariusz Sobiecki, Laurence Bouchard, Andrew Hays, Paula Broom, Belinda Curtis, Petyr Campos, Jose Luis Barcia Fernandez, Alon Goldsmith, Angie Lambert, Arik Chan, Ismael Acosta, Erik Lieber, Jirasak Panpiansin, Ahmad Zamroni, Manny Vargas, Alexander Genkin, Mirjam Klever, Helen Breznik, Dominika Koszowska, Chen Yuan Cheng, Po-Yi Li, Olga Strizhenova, Miao He, Tantiana Andri, Jessica Powell, Jacob Dix, Katie Teixeira, Suzanne Engelberg, John Nieto, Lee Atwell, Graeme Roy, Clay Benskin, Richard Chambury, Lloyd Go, Chen Liu, Paola Ismene, Albion Harrison-Naish, Sreeranj Sreedhar, Marcos Losada, Anderson Santana, Thomas Toft, Roy Fochtman, Claire Doyle, Pierre Hauser, Roxanne Hardegree, Agniezzka Domanska, Chiara Santoro, Meg Green Malvasi, Christina Loutfi, Marjella Burrows, Oleg Bolotnikov, Sally Ann Field, Patyrk Kuleta, Quang VB, Lukasz Zietara, Simone da Lima,  Andrew Ngo, Christine o’Sobczsak, Trevor Messersmith, Jacob Dix, Balaji Sivaramakrishnan, Caroline E Brown, Brigitta Pinter, Istvan Hainer, Michel Juvet, Viktor Jecs, Andrew Ngo, Junfeng Wang, Geoff Cunningham, Lisabeth Armstrong, Scott Simpson, Halil Yalcin, Caren Drysdale, Benjamin Liu, Christian Mondot, Patricia Hirschfield, Glenn Homann, Katrina Stewart, Gretchen Grace, Dragos Bardac, Leonardo Eroico. Tricia Darling, Song Han, Sahar Rehman, Christabel Rose, Eleonore Simon, Junfeng Wang, Tara Todras Whitehill, Thigh Wanna, Anita Pallas, Anna Bernal, Maria Duliban, Silvio Rusmigo, Miro Calderon, Edwin Luo, Tommy Vohs, Makar Tereshin, Zarni Myo Win, Jian Wang, Dietmar Barns, Isidor Leontis, Joanne Givogue, Shinnya Umetsu, Ryan Cardone, Rosa Yip, Ludwig Wagner, Pierre Hauser, Kejia Liu, Philip Am Guay, Tarja Vilmi, Robin Robertis, Katarzyna Steblewics-Plak, Cielo de la Paz, Jeanette Serrat. Kseven L, Marian Rubin, Tuba Korhan, Ricardo Villanueva, Maciej Fuchs, Paul Pena, Ann Passmore, Frederic Mahy, Jill Booker, Amadeusz Jackiewicz, Sam Burton, Clay Benskin, Abeer Raafat, Dragos Bardac, John Gayusky, Magdalena De Jonge Malucha, Patryk Kuleta, Mark Fearnley, Maria Duliban, Francesco Mattucci, Luis Rodriguez, Yllka Fetahaj, Ben Shanson, Ushi Grant, Erik Lieber.

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Mobile Art Competition The Equinox Experience Exhibition Call for Entries

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Andrea Bigiarini founder of The New Era Museum (NEM) has asked me to share news of a very exciting new project entitled ‘The Equinox Experience Exhibition’ in association with Crossmedia Group and Florence International Photography Awards (FIPA). This is to be an immersive photography exhibition dedicated to Mobile Art, located in the deconsecrated historical church of Santo Stefano al Ponte in the heart of old Florence, few metres from Ponte Vecchio.

Submissions are being received now until 19 February 2017.  The theme is “The balance of two opposing forces”. The Jury includes; Edward Santos, Lisa Peters, Jo Sullivan, Armineh Hovanesian, Jane Schultz, Ginaluca Ricoveri and Brett Chenoweth.

Twenty of the selected finalists will have their artwork exhibited for two weeks and within the catalog.

To find out more and to enter, please go here.

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Pink Lady Food Photo Awards 2017 Final Call for Entries

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The Pink Lady Food Photography Awards always give me great pleasure. Held in the prestigous Mall Galleries, London, SW1 they are a celebration of all that is special and significant about food photography and film.

This years closing date for enries is 5 February 2017. The competition is open to everyone – professional and amateur, young and old – from across the world and boasts a prize pool worth almost £20,000. The overall winner scoops the crown and £5,000, two nights’ accommodation at the Intercontinental London Park Lane, a host of commercial opportunities, global publicity and worldwide recognition.

The awards have a wide range of categories, including Food for Celebration sponsored by Champagne Taittinger, Partridges Food for Sale, Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year, unearthed® Food in Film supported by delicious for film shorts and, new for 2017, Intercontinental London Park Lane Food at the Table, World Food Programme Food for Life, Startisans Food in the Street, BBC Good Food Fresh Talent Award, The FujiFilm Award for Innovation and Individual Restaurants Cream of the Crop.

New judges for 2017 include legendary Chef Gary Rhodes OBE, Wajmah Yaqubi, Buzzfeed Global Photo Editor, Rein Skullerud, Head, Photography Unit, World Food Programme and Andrew Scrivani, award-winning photographer and New York Times contributor. They will be joining luminaries such as Jay Rayner, Chair, (The Guardian, Observer, The One Show, Masterchef, Kitchen Cabinet) and Chris Beetles, of Beetles & Huxley, one of the world’s leading galleries specialising in photography.

To find out more, please go here.

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Mobile Photography – Depth Effects Competition Results Announced!

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We are delighted to announce the winners to our Depth Effects competition today. We published news of this competition on 15 December 2016 and we asked you to create stunning images using the brand new Depth Effects app created by BrainFeverMedia, in order to win some incredible prizes.

Huge congratulations to our four winners today. Our first prize of a DxO One Camera (worth $500) goes to M. Cecilia São Thiago @klimtt. Our second prize winner is @jilllian2 Jill Lian and she wins an IK Multimedia iRig Mic Field and one IK Multimedia iKlip Grip Pro (worth $200). Our third prize winner is @mabadca – Montse Abad and she wins one Joby Grip Tight Pro Phone Mount and also one Joby GripTight POV Kit as well as one Joby PowerBand (almost $150) and our fourth prize winner is @mauzzan – Maurizio Zanetti and he wins the multi award wining digital Scriba Stylus (worth approx $80).

Many thanks to our sponsors for this competition including DxO, IK Multimedia, Joby and Scriba and to BrainFeverMedia for creating such an incredible app, Depth Effects for our artists to enjoy. Thank you to everyone who entered. We hope to run another competition soon and will keep you informed of all of those details.

To learn more about our incredible prizes, please go here.

I would be grateful if all of the winners would send me their address details and their telephone number (for the courier), so we can organise the despatch of these products. Please email me at Joanne@theappwhisperer.com

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